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5 Benefits of Induction Cooking

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This is a collaborative post. Food has been a central part of every home and culture for time immemorial but cooking methods have changed a lot over time. These days, induction cooking is a state-of-the-art technology gaining popularity in many UK households, especially for those fitting new kitchens. The most common piece of this type of equipment is an induction …

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Best Vegan Macaroni Cheese with Broccoli and Peas

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Sponsored post. I love veganising good old family recipes. Like vegan spaghetti bolognese, spaghetti with vegan meatballs or chilli sin carne. They are all family favourites without meat and taste great.  There are a couple of things that I find hard to replace and one of them is definitely cheese. Whilst there are many vegan cheese alternatives available not all …

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Be a Barbecue Boss: How to Throw the Ultimate Barbecue

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This is a collaborative post. Though summer is coming to a close, there is still time to soak up the sun with a barbecue. In fact, late summer and early autumn can be ideal for outdoor parties, especially when you have covered areas, due to the cooler dusks and breathtaking sunsets. Looking to throw the ultimate barbecue? Here’s how to …

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Review: MasterClass Can-To-Pan Recycled Aluminium & Ceramic Non-Stick Frying Pan – Tested with Vegan Fried Rice

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Gifted product. Finding eco-friendly cook ware is still a bit of a challenge, so I found. There are some brands available on the market but they are a little too expensive. This is why I was really glad when I get in touch with Lifestyle Brands the distributor of MarsterClass cook ware products. They have kindly sent me a set …

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Ninja CREAMi Review – Vegan Sorbet Making

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Gifted item. I do love ice cream and even more sorbet because I prefer the fruity flavour and you don’t need dairy free alternative for cream. Having said that I also like everything chocolate, including chocolate ice cream. So do the kids. But luckily, sorbets can be also sold to them, which is definitely a healthier option, especially if low …

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Understanding the Flexitarian Diet

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This is a collaborative post. Did you know? Studies have shown that daily meat consumption in the UK has fallen by 17% in the last decade. In other words, eating meat has never been less popular. But while the once-ever-popular carnivore lifestyle has decreased in favour, we can’t quite say we’re a nation of plant-based eaters just yet.  Enter: flexitarianism. …

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How To Identify Food Sensitivities and Intolerances in Yourself

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This is a collaborative post. Food sensitivities and intolerances are becoming more common, but many people don’t know they have them. There are different types of food sensitivities and intolerances, so it’s important to identify which one you have. There are also steps you can take to reduce your chances of developing a food sensitivity or intolerance. What Is a …

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How to Drink Yerba Mate Tea (Preparation Guide)

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This is a collaborative post. Yerba Mate is an energy boosting drink commonly consumed by sports persons, athletes, and those involved in some physical activity. It helps in stimulating neural activities, memory functions, and muscular agility by energizing your body parts. It is extracted from Ilex paraguariensis, a species of plant which contains caffeine. This makes it a replacement beverage …

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Win a Loose Leaf Tea Gift Set from Birchall Tea

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Gifted items. This fantastic giveaway is brought to you by Birchall Tea. About Birchall Tea Ethically sourced tea Birchall Tea is an award-winning British tea brand. Their speciality and everyday black teas are sourced exclusively from estates across East Africa. They are hand-picked from tea bushes grown at high-altitude in lush volcanic soil and ideal conditions. All Birchall teas are …

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Simple Vegan Roasted Aubergine and Romano Pepper Spaghetti

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Aubergine and peppers are all in season right now (it’s July when I’m writing this) and since we sell fresh produce in Refillogic I always buy my own veg too. It’s the best organic produce from the Isle of Wight, so it would be rude not to, plus when we can’t sell them all before the next delivery, me and …